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Principal photography is underway on supernatural series “Fallen” for the Brazilian streaming service Globoplay, Variety reports, with Alexander Siddig (“Shantaram”) on board to star.
The cast will also include Sarah Niles (“Ted Lasso”), Jessica Alexander (“Get Even”), Gijs Blom (“The Letter for the King”) and Timothy Innes (“The Last Kingdom”).
“Fallen” is said to be “an epic love story about a young woman discovering her true strength.”
Inspired by Lauren Kate’s bestselling novels, the series “follows the story of Luce, a young woman who is sent to a cult-like rehab facility called Sword & Cross to serve time for a crime she can’t remember committing. Among the other residents, she encounters the enigmatic Daniel (Blom) and exasperating but irresistible Cam (Innes), all of whom are under the watchful eye of the sinister chief doctor Howson (Siddig), and devout twin sisters Miriam and Sophia (Niles).
“Luce must untangle the mystery of who she is and why she has a connection to Daniel that goes far back beyond their time in the institution.”
“Fallen” is created by Claudia Bluemhuber of Silver Reel and directed by Matt Hastings (“The Handmaid’s Tale”). The series is written by Rachel Paterson (“Domina”) and Roland Moore (“Humans”), who are also co-executive producing. Mahlon Todd Williams is attached as director of photography (“DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”).
“Fallen” is produced by Silver Reel and Night Train Media, and co-produced with Globoplay.
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Universal is re-imagining Fear, the 1996 thriller that starred Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon, with an upcoming Peacock series, Deadline reports this afternoon.
In the James Foley-directed film, Mark Wahlberg played David, an initially charming young man whose extreme dark side soon rears its ugly head.
The series adaptation of the 1990s thriller comes courtesy of “The Path” creator Jessica Goldberg, along with Imagine Television and Universal TV.
Deadline details, “The modern series reinvention finds two young lovers in a psychological game of cat and mouse—but who’s the cat, and who’s the mouse? When David and Nicole first meet in Seattle, it feels like an epic, once-in-a-lifetime romance – but soon it becomes clear that the seemingly perfect couple is anything but.
“Told from conflicting points of view, the series wrestles with personal demons, hidden agendas and reframes the “he said she said” convention into a twist-filled suspense story about toxic relationships.”
Goldberg executive produces with Imagine Television’s Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Lilly Burns and Kristen Zolner. Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group, is the studio.
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